Chiara Zanni (born July 19, 1978) is a Canadian actress, comedian, singer and voice actress. As a live-action actress, Zanni is known for playing Amy Ryan, the titular character in the 2007 television series About a Girl for The N, as well as for her previous role as Maggie Buckman on CBC's adult drama Edgemont (2001–05)
As a voice actress, she is known for voicing Hahli in Bionicle: Mask of Light, the title roles in Hamtaro and Stellaluna, Jubilee in X-Men: Evolution, Bon Bon in My Little Pony Tales and Nori, the mermaid in Barbie: Mermaidia. She has also worked on various animated series including Storm Hawks, Ricky Sprocket: Showbiz Boy, and Sushi Pack.
Zanni was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, to an Italian father and an English mother. She started her career at the age of eight when she was cast as the "Pokey Little Puppy" in a cartoon called Little Golden Bookland and hasn't stopped working since. She has acted in feature films X-Men, 40 Days and 40 Nights, Come l'America, In the Land of Women, and Good Luck Chuck.
Her TV appearances include Supernatural, Stargate Atlantis, Edgemont, Trophy Wife, Bye Bye Birdie, First to Die, and Post Mortem. If she sounds familiar, that's probably because she's also done voice work including roles in Zeke's Pad, Hamtaro, Trollz, My Little Pony, Polly Pockets, Barbie: Fairytopia, X-Men: Evolution, Sabrina, Bionicle, InuYasha, Storm Hawks, and Ōban Star-Racers.
In 2013, Zanni made her Los Angeles voice acting debut with Henry Hugglemonster.
- Maison Ikkoku (1986-1988) - Mitaka's Student (ep. 43)
- Boys Over Flowers (1996-1997) - Yuriko Asai
- Hamtaro (2000-2006) - Hamtaro
- InuYasha (2000-2004) - Akago / The Infant, Yuki, Yura of the Hair (eps. 3-4), Hakudoshi (eps. 166-167)
- Transformers: Armada (2002-2003) - Girl at Bus Station (ep. 30)
- Zoids: Fuzors (2003) - Amy
- Transformers: Cybertron (2005-2006) - Lori (eps. 26-27, 52)
- Ōban Star-Racers (2006) - Eva "Molly" Wei
- InuYasha: The Final Act (2009-2010) - Hakudoshi
- World Trigger (2014-2016) - Kirie Konami
- Gintama° (2015-2016) - Nobume Imai
- Zoids Wild (2018-2019) - Dyna